The annual meeting of the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) featured presentations of several recent and promising efforts to increase transparency in economics, political science, psychology, and biostatistics.
During this day and a half, a packed room of academics, funders, and journal editors discussed different strategies to increase the coordination among transparency initiatives, promote knowledge-sharing and innovation, and foster the adoption of effective transparency tools by the research community.
Pictures and conference material are available on the BITSS website.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13
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